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Apr 11, 2013 11:00am PDT
that gets a very special help for a special delivery. >>> i'm bob redell. live in the south bay to show you how bay area companies are trying to help those who served this country. a unique job fair for vets. more on that coming up. >>> ae take you live outside in the south bay. here is a look at san jose off on the right there, you can see hp pavilion. looks like a gorgeous day. christina will be back with a full look at your forecast coming up. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to keep from driving all over for the best deals. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. this week, a crazy low price on tide, $10.99 for 100 ounces. skip the warehouse. quilted northern is $10.99 for 24 double rolls. and dryer's ice cream is just $2.99. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. real big deals this week and every week. (sir can-a-lot) good day, ma' lady. i am sir can-a-lot, here to save you from another breakfast bore. wake up those eggs with glorious spam! (male announcer) brea
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Apr 23, 2013 5:00am PDT
business. plus -- >> reporter: good morning. i'm bob redell live here in the south bay waiting to get on to nasa ames for a very unique test flight. one of the world's largest solar airplane about to take flight. >>> we will take a look coming up in business. >>> welcome back, everyone. taking a live look outside in downtown san jose. temperatures so warm, rob mayeda, in for christina, tells us it is approaching temperatures in the 70s already. it is only 5:12 in the morning. a look at the forecast coming up. >>> that vacancy sign will be burning bright in silicon valley. merc news reporting hotel developers are looking at 650 new rooms in san jose trying to attract more business travelers. 175 of the new rooms expected to be added as early as next year. they enjoyed an increase of more than 20% increase in hotel revenue from the previous year. that is the highest increase in the entire state. >>> san jose-based ebay is losi losing a battle in the round. it would allow states to require online retailers to collect state and local sales taxes for internet purchases. states right now ca
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Apr 11, 2013 6:00am PDT
. >>> back to visit at the the louvre. we'll tell you why it shut down for a day. >>> bob redell, live at the south bay. we will show you how bay area companies are helping veterans. ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusters of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >>> one of four georgia firefighters that were kidnapped returns to work. four firefighters were taken hostage when they responded to what was supposed to be a hour-long medical call. none of the firefighters were hurt. >>> a man suspectsed ed of stab a dozen people expected to appear in court this morning. investigators say he stabbed 14 people at lone star community college near houston tuesday. he told authorities he has been fantasizing about stabbing people since he was eight years old. >>> 6:14. the owner of a cruise ship that sank off the ita
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Apr 24, 2013 11:00am PDT
are being stepping on board. bob redell joins us live on b.a.r.t. to show us how it works. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. b.a.r.t. is beta testing a new feature on its online quick planner. now when you go online and choose a trip, on the 1057 bayfair to fremont train, there will be an icon. you can see it right over there. they will tell you just how crowded the train is expected to be. if there are three heads in that icon, it's expected to be heavily crowded, two heads moderate. clearly one head means lightly crowded. of course, it's true. there's hardly anyone on this train. there's only a few people, plenty of seats available. it should be noted this is based on historical data, not realtime data. it's not like b.a.r.t. has somebody checking turnstile and info rider levels. well, how new is this data? is this from a year ago? they said, no, it's generated every quarter. the data at the oldest would only be about three months old. transit agency launching this -- we're pulling into union city. the transit is launching this because so many people are riding it
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Apr 3, 2013 11:00am PDT
right to the man who has all the power. nbc bay area's bob redell joins us live from san jose city hall with the mayor saying enough is enough. bob. >> reporter: good morning, martinez. it's clear the mayor is frustrated the effort to bring the a's to san jose has been in limbo for years with no real communication between him and the major league baseball commissioner. not one conversation during that time period. it's not that he hasn't tried. he tried once again, this time with the clearing warning the city isn't afraid to go to court. in a letter the mayor is requesting direct connection with the commish, to let him know he's serious to bring the a's. is that diplomatic speak for please respond to us or else consider a lawsuit. >> that's one of the ways to interpret it. it's a straightforward request for a meeting. there are hard feelings built up over the years of inaction with baseball. the best way to deal wit, have a face-to-face meeting, talk things out, let him know what our questions are, answer them. >> the mayor points out in 2011 he respected selig's request to hold off put
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Apr 12, 2013 11:00am PDT
. unfortunately their home was completely destroyed. nbc's bay area bob redell live at the scene with pretty incredible cell phone video. bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, jon. this two-alarm fire as you can see behind me destroyed this home on continental drive in fremont. the family, who was asleep inside, the wife was at work. they did have smoke alarms but they never went off and woke them up. it was only by pure chance that they survived. >> it's amazing. yeah, just luck. >> it was dumb luck lance weatherill happened to be letting his dogs out this morning when he saw this across the street. the left side of his neighbor's house on fire. >> ran over, started banging on the door, tried to get people to wake up. >> my son and daughter shouted, dad, lets just get out of here. do not even both. >> pouring out of the doors and windows he and his five children, al still in his underwear, groggy from sleep when it dawned on everyone just how close they were to not making it. >> it just went up quick of the whole house was engulfed within a matter of minutes. >> all my time and effort went
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Apr 18, 2013 11:00am PDT
news. >>> chemical fires are some of the very hardest to fight. nbc bay area's bob redell just spoke with a fire chief on the peninsula who has experience with these particular fires. he joins us live from the newsroom. it's possible that one can make the situation worse when fighting a chemical blast. >> you are correct, especially considering the chemical involved in yesterday's fire. turns out, it doesn't react well at all with father, which is obviously what firefighters were relying on to put out the flames. menlo park fire chief who's talked about the texas city fertilizer explosion that killed hundreds in the 1940s believes yesterday's disaster will become another one for the textbooks. he has questions about how firefighters responded to the fire. >> did they make it better or worse? >> reporter: that plant reportedly stored tens of thousands of pounds of a type of ammonia, extremely flammable and explosive when exposed to water. >> with that type of ammonia, if you add water, it's going to expand to a large, white vapor cloud. did that create a different problem for them tha
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Apr 10, 2013 4:30am PDT
. why it's more common among students than you might think. >>> good morning. i'm bob redell. i'll take you to the scene where they're trying to figure out who it was along the side of the highway. that's come iing up. >>> welcome to the warmest day of the year so far. temperatures in oakland, 65 degrees. i'll tell you how long this warm-up will last, coming up. >>> tracking two crashes for the fremont area. one for 880. new one for 680. i'll bring you those details coming up. >>> city by the bay, san francisco, bay bridge glistening in its greatness. you made it to wednesday, april 10th. this is "today in the bay." >> announcer: from nbc bay area, this is "today in the bay." >> good wednesday morning to you. thanks so much for joining us. i'm laura fwarsa canon. >> and i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. new details on a body covered in flames near a busy on-ramp in south san jose. so badly burned investigators still cannot identify that victim. bob redell is live in the south bay with more details on that investigation. bob, good morning. >> good morning to you, jon. less than 12
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Apr 2, 2013 4:30am PDT
on curbing gun violence by targeting bullet sales. i'm bob redell. i'll have the details of proposed legislation coming up in a live report. >>> we're done with the rain. now, it is the thick fog we are watching for your morning drive. expect reduced visibility. we will let you know when it is expected to clear and when that sun will come out. warm day ahead. >>> good morning. i'm anthony slaughter in for mike inouye. right now, things are smooth. you might want to get out the door before you can before it gets active. tracking it all for you here on "today in the bay." stay tuned. >> or just sit down and watch and wait. a lot of news ahead. a live look ahead at the embarcadero in san francisco. this is "today in the bay," april 2nd. >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia cannon. >> bay area lawmakers taking a unique approach to gun control right here in california. instead of focusing on the guns, they are now taking a closer look at ammunition. "today in the bay's" bob redell is live in milpitas. >> reporter: california regulates guns very much but not so much am
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Apr 29, 2013 5:00am PDT
. this morning, detectives are still on the hunt for her killer. bob redell is live outside the california highway patrol helping with this investigation. bob, what's the latest? >>> good morning to you, marla. chp has joined the state's department of justice and the calaberas county sheriff's office in the search for the murder of 8-year-old lela fouler. this is an area 32 miles east of stockton. this happened on saturday at noon. her 12-year-old brother tells authorities he encountered an intruder in his home around that time. after that man escaped, the brother found his younger sister stabbed to death. the sheriff's office has not yet named a suspect. they have recovered fingerprints and dna from the crime scene. they have been interviewing people, including a neighbor who saw a man running away from the home around the time of the stabbing. spring valley is a small community of about 2500 people located in the foothills of sierra nevada. it is very rural and sometimes can be very remote, which is one reason why law enforcement is asking people who live there to lock their doors and be
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Apr 19, 2013 6:00am PDT
in connection with the killing. >>> "today in the bay" bob redell has the latest on the boston marathon suspect hunt. what have you learned? >> we are getting a better idea of the one brother still alive, the suspect. the a.p. has interviewed the father. i know you guys are mentioning this before. he calls his son a true angel. a classmate from high school was interviewed. she said he was super normal but then you hear from the uncle who says that his nephew was a loser. i'm referring to the other brother. when he heard he was shot and killed during a shootout with police overnight in watertown, massachusetts, he said, he, quote, deserved it. so we are getting these both sides of the story from family and friends. right now, i don't know if we can put up an image of the brothers. yesterday afternoon, the fbi put out these surveillance pictures of these bombing suspects. right there is the one who is still arrive. his name is dzhokhar tsarnaev. his brother, tamerlan tsarnaev, born in russia, the one that was shot and killed. not only did he die from gunshot wounds. it is also possible he died fr
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Apr 22, 2013 6:00am PDT
, pack a little extra patience. federal sequestration cuts are expected to start this morning. bob redell with why the delays could be here for quite some time. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jon. because there is no end in sight to these automatic budget cuts, not until congress, and/or the president acts. the sequestration did force the faa to cut more than $600 million from its budget. got to make up for the money somehow. what it is going to be doing is furloughing some of the country's 15,000 air traffic controllers. specifically, they are going to ask them to take one day off every two weeks through september. airports will have to delay their takeoff so that the short staff controlled towers don't get overwhelmed trying to land those planes. the airports feeling the brunt are going to be the ones in new york, d.c. and chicago's o'hare. in chicago, they might have to shut down one of their two control towers. as you can imagine, what impacts the east coast and midwest certainly trickles down out here to the west coast. sfo, the federal government saying, they could see del
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Apr 15, 2013 6:00am PDT
in the bay's" bob redell will have a preview for the tough penalties and what they would call for. >> san jose police are looking for a driver that hit an officer just outside his car. the officer has just been released from the hospital. mar marla tallez joins us. >> reporter: vincente fernandez had just wrapped up his concert at hp pavilion. if you have ever been to a sold-out event, you know these things can get very congested and pretty chaotic afterward. that was the scene when the suspect came flying out of this overflow parking lot in his car. he struck the officer right here at the intersection of delmas and san fernando. police say the suspect had just broken into a parked car when he was caught by the vehicle's owner. so he didn't get away with any of the owner's belongings. this is about 11:30 last night. the suspect then jumped into his own car, a late model black four-day acura tl. police say he was speeding down delmas the wrong way when he hit the officer that was directing traffic. lieutenant mike sullivan tells us he is not sure if it was a random crime or a crime of oppo
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Apr 16, 2013 5:00am PDT
, i'm bob redell. taking you live to san jose where three boys accused of sexually assaulting a classmate are scheduled to make their first court appearance, that story, coming up. >> coming out of a very volatile day on the markets, looking ahead to trading coming up in business. >>> major earthquake at the iran/pakistan border. the geological survey giving it a 7.8. the sququake striking early thi morning less than a week after another quake hit on the persian gulf coast killing 37 people >>> 5:14. three teenagers accused of sex yulely assaulting los gatos, 15-year-old audrie pott, are going to be in court today. bob redell joins us live where the accused will appear at the courthouse. >> reporter: this will take place at 8:30. this will be the first court appearance for the three boys since their arrest this past thursday. this will be a custody hearing to see whether or not they need to still be detained here at juvenile detention. the family of audrie pott, the 15-year-old saratoga high sophomore the teens are accused of attacking. the family says they will be here to do
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Apr 2, 2013 6:00am PDT
, they are taking aim at the bullets. bob redell joins us live in milpitas. >> reporter: california regulates guns heavily already. ammunition, not so much. you have to prove you are 18 to buy bullets and 21 for a handgun. online, you can buy ammunition as much as you want. a state assembly committee will consider a bill put forward by democratic assembly woman that would make it harder to buy and sell ammo. avm bvm dr ab-48 would require them to become licensed and allow their info to go into a state registry to make sure they are not a criminal or someone with a mental health issue. the california rifle and pistol association tells the bay area news group it does plan to sue if this bill passes calling it, quote, a campaign of shame, unquote, against law-abiding citizens. state democratic lawmakers are pushing two other bullet-controlled bills as well. los angeles senator kevin deleon has presented a bill that would require buyers to submit to a background check and buy a $50 permit. another bill would put a 10% tax on ammo to pay for crime prevention. reporting live, bob redell, >>> investigato
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Apr 22, 2013 5:00am PDT
cuts imposed by congress to save more than $600 million. "today in the bay's" bob redell is at sfo checking on all the delays. we will have more details coming from bob at the airport coming up in a matter of minutes. >>> it is also earth day. crews were busy over the weekend. the odd things they found at the beach. >>> plus, we'll take a look at huge pressure on that company this morning as it gets ready to report profits ahead in business. >>> we are going to check in for rob mayeda. 5:11. this is also an important week for apple, california's most valuable company must prove it still deserves the title. not long ago, we were referring to the tech giant as america's most valuable company. >> america, not anymore. apple has fallen way beyond exxon in overall market capitalization. pressure growing on ceo tim cook to say something, do something, excite the apple faithful and share holders. show we have got something up his sleeve more than just an incrementally better iphone. apple reports its profits tomorrow and has a telephone conference with reporters and analysts. tomorrow, er
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Apr 23, 2013 6:00am PDT
flight across the bay area. >> you can see it. "today in the bay's" bob redell live at moffatt field. the pilots are there. they can only get one at a time. he will be doing the test flight. you have to go very wide when you want to look at this airplane. it's wingspan is wider than a 747. one reason why it is so wide, you have all the solar cells that are going to be powering it. it will have 12,000 solar cells that allows it to fly, not only during the day but at night on batteries that have been charged by the sun. it only travels about 40 miles an hour. if you can imagine, they are going to try to do this cross couldn't interest i flight. it is going to take up five legs, 24 hours, nonstop, each leg, as we've been saying all morning long. yes, it would be possible for the plane to fly from san francisco to new york city, the final destination. of course, one man by himself can not stay awake that long. they are going to leave here at moffatt field. they will be landing tonight. during this flight, you can see the airplane. it will be flying around 3500 elevation. it will be flyin
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Apr 25, 2013 6:00am PDT
from leigh high school. "today in the bay's" bob redell, he spoke with her husband this morning. bob, the question is, how is she doing and what is the husband saying all about it? >> reporter: well, the husband didn't talk to us for too long. this is about an hour and a half ago. he was here early in the morning picking up some personal belongings. he is clearly upset. tells us his wife is in intensive care. when i asked if she thought he would make a recovery, he was under the impression she would recover from her injuries. she was stuck inside her home on leigh avenue and ann way when a silver bmw went crashing into the home. you can see how large the impact was based on the amount of boarding that had to be completed. this happened just before 4:00 yesterday afternoon. she was severely hurt. there were three teens inside thatyeip r(t&háhp &hc the impact so great, the car went so far into the home that caused part of the structure to collapse so much so that the fire department had to shore up the home with beams to prevent it from caving in even further. neighbors were able to p
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Apr 24, 2013 5:00am PDT
in windsor april 5th. bob redell, "today in the bay." >> thank you very much for the update. >>> i think you'll feel the temperature drop today. >> yeah, cool. >> rob mayeda in for christina this morning. >> mid to upper 80s yesterday and 90s. 40s to near 50 outside. north winds have stopped. areas in purple here, north bay into the east bay, almost 15 to 20 degrees cooler than 24 hours ago. that sea breeze is pumping in more moisture, too. humidity levels have started to come back up. sea breeze will keep our temperatures in check for today. patches of low clouds inland as we head toward lunchtime. still seeing the areas of low clouds in san francisco. watch what happens here overnight into thursday. marine layer deepens up. livermore and fairfield by tomorrow morning. thursday will be even cooler than the temperatures we see today. mid 70s in san jose. mid 60s in oakland. light jacket weather for the afternoon for most locations around the inner bay. still upper 70s inland around the tri-valley and close to 80 in fairfield. plan on an even cooler day tomorrow morning. misty skies and low c
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Apr 26, 2013 6:00am PDT
the root cause of this fire. that's still under investigation. reporting live here in san jose, bob redell, "today in the bay." >>> 6:05 right now. time to check back in with christina loren telling us about a smoking weekend. >> it is. we are going to lose this cloud cover, jon and laura. good morning to you. today, we wake up with a full deck of clouds right at the coast. it will be nice. use the day. things will change very quickly. getaway friday, we don't have any flight delays out of sfo. 52 degrees, looking good. a little bit of fog and low cloud cover. we don't have any other delays to tell you about, except for in boston. faa reporting that as a staffing delay. you want to check ahead with your carrier if you are trying to get into that area of the country. 52, livermore, 54, san jose, 52 in gilroy as we head throughout the next couple of days. temperatures are going to be comfortable for the first part of the day. you might want to go ahead and seek shade. seek that a.c. for the second half of the day as temperatures are going to be very warm. today is the coolest and by quite a
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Apr 30, 2013 6:00am PDT
-thinking barista. bob redell is live with the story. >> reporter: police have arrested a south bay woman, a 50-year-old woman, that they believe acted alone. they do not know why she alleged will i spiked two bottles of orange juice with rubbing alcohol and left them inside this starbucks on snell avenue which has reopened. she created this mixture elsewhere and brought it inside the store around 3:30, 3:45. a customer became suspicious as she allegedly pulled the bottles out of her bag and put them in a refrigerated display case where other chilled items are sold. an employee sniffed the o.j. and noticed a toxic smell. hazmat tested the juice and determined it had been mixed with rubbing alcohol which by itself can be dangerous if injested. >> after boston, you just learn to accept just about anything you see on the street anymore. it is sad but it seems to be what you get in the news, right? >> it should be noted that no one drank either of the bottles of orange juice or the rubbing alcohol inside as they were told before that happened or could have been sold to any customers. as far as how they
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Apr 4, 2013 5:00am PDT
and only, cheerios >>> good morning. i'm bob redell. live in san francisco with the not so welcome greeting for president obama. that story coming up. >>> new details about the man police are calling the chatty chie thief. could he be talking his way up and down the peninsula. >> weather whiplash. low 80s yesterday. today, low 60s. next week, potential 90s. we have a lot to talk about this morning in your full forecast. >>> good morning. i'm anthony slaughter. in for mike inouye. traffic is starting to stack up. all your details coming up in a few minutes. >>> a live look outside. downtown san jose as christina loren has been telling us. mother nature unleashing raindrops on this thursday, april 4th. this is "today in the bay." from nbc bay area, this is "today in the bay." >>> 5:30 on the nose. good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia cannon. we begin with the storm watch. a lot of green on the radar. a lot of green. laura and jon, good morning to you. it is one of those mornings. you might get a break, because some kids still have spring break
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Apr 9, 2013 6:00am PDT
throughout the world. reporting live, bob redell, "today in the bay." >>> just one man's opinion. 6:18 right now. let's check in with christina loren. it is going to be really nice out there today. >> that just sparked some people's interest. it might impact my wine intake. i want to hop on that bandwagon. a good-looking day. it is going to be warm. i can tell you right now, you want to prepare for the two separate parts of date. temperatures in the mid-50s, a couple of low 60s. you can see that from our picturesque san jose camera. one of those days, at least to start, hard to find a cloud in the sky. 55, 49. good morning, san jose, and 50 to start the day. you can actually hit the beach comfortably today. we are going to warm up 10-15 degrees. san jose, 49. 42 in my hometown of campbell. temperatures today are going to start to warm off the bat with the sunshine coming in early. a bit of a windchill factor. we are going to go from windy to breezy. the strongest wind, fairfield, close to the central valley. they will taper off finally getting some calm conditions around here. we have to dea
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Apr 11, 2013 5:00am PDT
used to bring him down. >> reporter: good morning, i'm bob redell. live to the south bay where google, local police are looking to take on a couple of heroes. we will tell you if you are a veteran how you can get in on this unique job fair coming up. >>> a carjacking suspect crashes right into a fire hydrant causing water to shoot and spray high into the air. "today in the bay's" marla tallez live near union and south vanette avenue. good morning. >> reporter: this is why it is never a good idea to steal a car and try to run from police. you are likely to take out a fire hydrant like this person did. allen is going to zoom in to give you an idea. you can see the yellow crime scene tape thachlts with are the fire hydrant used to live. it is completely gone, tore out of the street this morning. ended up crashing right into the wall over there. the scenes ayou just saw is clear. a tow truck was here when we arrived, took away the car. chp's lead agency handling this care. this is what happened. the car lost control, crashed into the fire hydrant. the aftermath shooting from the hydrant a
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Apr 12, 2013 5:00am PDT
can't be said for some of the silicon valleys largest companies. "today in the bay's" bob redell joins us live with more details on how some of its employees could be in a pickle. >> reporter: because of the recent plunge in the stock price. this has to do with employees that exercise their fates book stock, which was ipo last year. some have gotten into a bind, owing a huge tax bill with nothing to show for it. the mercury news does a pretty good job explaining it. let's say a facebook employee exercised but did not said their options when the stock ipo'd at the $38 stock price. they have yet to realize those gains but they owe the tax. they may gamble they can sell the stock at a higher price. the stock price plunged. right now it is trading at $28. it is a $10 difference. if they are still sitting on those shares waiting for the price to recover, they still owe that tax bill based on a $38 share price. you can do the math and see how somebody could be in a bind. mark zuckerberg, he owes $1.1 billion in federal and state income tax. don't feel too bad. by selling his shares, he still
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Apr 1, 2013 6:00am PDT
for the first time in seven months. "today in the bay's" bob redell is live with the latest on a very happy ending. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, jon. in four hours, fire station one here will commemorate his return with a special breakfast to celebrate the return of firefighter, frank ryan. >> franky. >> how you doing, buddy? >> welcome back. >> thank you. >> there he is seen visiting his buddies there at the station. today is his first day back on the job in seven months. >> during that time, he was recovering from a heart attack that took place while responding to a call. ryan was fighting the st. patrick's cathedral fire back in august. when we spoke with him exclusively on friday, he told us that what happened was he came outside for some air, it was really hot. he was exhausted, really naushcionaus gnawciougna naushcious. >> my heart stopped three or four times, two at the scene and two at the hospital. if it happened somewhere else, the outcomme be a little different. >> reporter: san jose's fire chief credits his firefighters and the staff at regional medical
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Apr 10, 2013 6:00am PDT
85 not far from kaiser hospital. that is where "today in the bay's" bob redell joins us live with more on this gruesome discovery. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning, laura. chp and fire not only trying to figure out who that perch was but what started this fire in the stand of trees. several drivers called 911 a little after 9:00 last night to report that the brush and trees were on fire. as the fire department was putting it out they made the discovery of this badly burned body. it appears he or she -- again, they couldn't determine the sex, but it appears that this person was homeless, based on a mattress and tent found nearby. the fire department doesn't believe there was foul play involved but they're not yet 100% certain. >> at this particular time, that's unknown. we're trying to determine whether it's accidental or purposeful. at this particular point in time nothing says it's anything other than an accidental fire. >> reporter: this on-ramp was shut down for a period of time last night. it's now reopened. this should have no impact on your morning commute.
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Apr 25, 2013 5:00am PDT
recovering from the hospital after a speeding car slams right into her san jose home. bob redell is live at the home near leigh avenue. what's the latest on her condition this morning? >> reporter: good morning to you, jon. we just spoke with her husband off camera who was here early morning picking up some personal belongings at his home. he tells us his wife is in intensive care but that he does expect her to recover from her injuries. it does not appear her injuries are life threatening. she was severely hurt when a silver bmw with three teenagers inside crashed into her home. the impact was so great and the car went so far into the home that it caused part of the structure to collapse so much so that the fire department had to shore it up with beams to prevent it from caving in further. neighbors were able to pull out her 9-year-old daughter who was stuck behind a wall and some cabinets. remarkably, she is okay. the three teens were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. there was also a red bmw involved in this that wrecked nearby in a different location across the
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Apr 5, 2013 5:00am PDT
baseball. >>> we are live at at&t park all morning long. today's in the bay's bob redell joins us with what's going on. >> reporter: good morning. threet-game series against the st. louis cardinals starts here today at at&t park, first pitch at 1:35. what makes this home opener different than any other in major league baseball is the factor as you mentioned, that the giants are coming off their 2012 world series win. they will be celebrating. at sunday's game, the players will be present td with their 2012 world series rings. tomorrow, the team will honor catcher, buster posy for his taking of the national mvp award and today, the team will raise the 2012 world series flag here at at&t park. this is the second time the team has done that in three years. you might recall the home opener in 2011 when giants great willie mays walked out the 2010 flag. not clear if someone will do that today. this afternoon's flag ceremony will not be easy for the st. louis cardinals to digest. the giants took them out in the national championship league last year denying them a shot at the world series. the pl
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Apr 1, 2013 5:00am PDT
first time in seven months. "today in the bay" bob redell is live at a fire station in san jose. quite the emotional day, i would imagine? >> reporter: good morning. we are outside fire station 1 in downtown jose. later this morning, the men and women will have a special breakfast to welcome backfire fighter, frank ryan, seen her visiting his buddies just this past friday. today is his first day back on the job in seven months. during that time, he has been recovering from a heart attack that took place while responding to a call. ryan was fighting the st. patrick's cathedral fire back in august. when we spoke with him exclusively on friday, he told us he had come outside for some air during that response, was exhausted and really nauseous. something he has never felt before. he tried to walk it off, laid down and then blacked out. doesn't remember the heart attack that followed. >> from what i understand, my heart stopped at least three to four times. >> reporter: three to four times? >> two at the scene and two at the hospital. if this had happened somewhere else, the outcomme have b
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Apr 22, 2013 11:00am PDT
redell is live outside the hall of justice. bob, what's the latest with what's happening this morning. >> good morning, jon. the public defender waives the preliminary hearing right. she did ask the judge for more time to review the evidence against her in this case, the alleged evidence. the judge agreed to give her two weeks. the deputy d.a. prosecuting this one says they have a voluminous amount of evidence that proves hernandez kidnapped 11-month-old gabrielle cantero. this happened at 6:00 in the morning on march 25th. the mom was loading up her liberty, loaded her baby in back, went inside. when she returned, hernandez had allegedly stolen the vehicle with the baby still inside. there was an amber alert, a massive search. part of 101 was even shut down. the baby and the car were found abandoned later that morning across town. the baby was okay. the d.a. tells us they have dna evidence that puts hernandez in the car and sjpd found video surveillance that proves hernandez knew she was kidnapping the baby when she allegedly stole that car. >> the evidence will show that when the mo
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Apr 1, 2013 11:00am PDT
in the middle of battling a fire. just an amazing story. bob redell joining us outside of the station. bob, the question right now, how is frank looking and feeling this morning? >> looks great, especially considering there was a moment last fall, john, when his buddies at station one questioned whether or not he was going to survive. they certainly wouldn't have expected to have seen this. there you go. frank ryan striding through the back entrance of station one this morning at 7:30 for his first shift in seven months. in good physical shape and with his doctor's approval to return to the job. in late august fighting the st. patrick's cathedral fire, ryan knew something didn't feel right, became nauseous, tried to walk it off but collapsed, went unconscious and suffered a heart attack. his heart stopping beating three or four times. it was so touch and go, there were rumors he had died. several men and women in his department honored ryan with a special breakfast to welcome back home. he made it clear he's not fond of the spotlight, can't wait for normalcy to return. he did use the event
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Apr 29, 2013 11:00am PDT
crews to extra goats. buyer danger on the minds of many people in the bay area. bob redell joins us live in menlo park where the city is using four-legged friends for what's expected to be a busy fire season. those are some hungry goats, bob. >> reporter: good morning, marla. the city of menlo park could use weed wakers to clear out this tall grass. one, that would be noisy and polluting. two, that hot equipment would increase the risk of fire danger. so if you alluded, that's why the city hired a herd of goats to do the the job. they are on the way, should be here in the next 24 hours to chew away the brush and reduce the risk of a wildfire in the county. conditions are so dry here and elsewhere throughout the area that cal fire just instituted a burn ban for nine-county area starting today. that means it is illegal to start an out fire. this is two to three weeks earlier than usual. we normally don't see the burn ban until mid to late may. the conditions are so dry because there's hardly any rain during the late winter and early spring. >> our big concern isn't starting early as much a
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Apr 16, 2013 11:00am PDT
. nbc's bob redell joining us live in san jose with exactly what happened in juvenile court. bob, good morning. >> reporter: and what is still happening. good morning, jon. this is a custody hearing to determine if those three 16-year-old boys should continue to be detained at a juvenile center in san jose. this is where they have been since their arrest this past thursday or if they should be allowed to be going back home with their families. the family of audrie pott, she is the 15-year-old girl they are accused of sexually assaulting, that family is determined to make sure they do stay behind bars. this morning pott's parents, stepmother and lawyers attende the hearing. it's not clear what, if anything, they were able to say before the judge since these proceedings are closed to the public and the media. we also don't know what the judge will decide. we'll get a better idea when the potts speak to us after it's over. it's highly unlikely for the boys to be arraigned, it usually takes place 10 days after the initial hearing. during a news conference pott's parents and stepmom said th
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Apr 23, 2013 11:00am PDT
year. a bay area podcaster is leading the charge. bob redell talks-of- talked to him today. he's in the newsroom. the question is, why is he so passionate about this? >> reporter: marla, that's what richard bliss does for a living, helps people replace their dreams or recover property. he produces a podcast, teaching people how to harness the internet to raise money for projects and internet ideas. when he heard the boat was riddled with bullets last fry night with the boston bombing suspect hidden inside, he thought why not help fund a new boat for the guy. he set up a web page, podcast his plea. within 48 hours, within that amount of time, he raised $600. >> i was surprised, i got hate mail. i was surprised no deed goes unpunished. part of it was the misunderstanding that somehow i was taking away from the real victims, the victims with horrendous loss. instead, it was, no, this is both. if you go to my campaign and video, there's a button to donate to the victims, the boston victims but if you have $25, toss it dave's way, toned down a little bit since they realized in no wa
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Apr 25, 2013 11:00am PDT
to the hospital. bob redell joins us near leigh high school. two teenagers facing felony charges. >> reporter: good morning. two 17-year-old drivers responsible for this crash into this home here have been arrested for felony, reckless driving. the woman who lives here is still in critical condition. neighbors are infuriated and tell us they're familiar with one of those teen drivers. one man's confronted him before about his driving. a woman was about to report him for speeding down leigh highway. you might recall a few years ago, two young women killed a young girl, leaving a mother wondering when in the world are these kids ever going to learn? >> they need to not use the car as a toy. it is not a video game. you cannot hit reset and fix what you just crashed into. >> reporter: charlene lennon only wishes she could hit reset and bring back her daughter who was 21 years ago when she was filled by two men racing down san jose's branham lane. >> i missed watching her grow up. her friends getting married and people are having kids. and her life was just stopped at the age of 20. >> reporter: s
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Apr 5, 2013 6:00am PDT
-game series here at at&t park. reporting live, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> good interview too, bob. >>> the giants taking on the cardinals for the first time. the giants took on the cards nals. they took them all wait to game seven in the middle of a rain storm. remember that. you remember as well. matt cain pitching. hunter pence hit that whacking double after his bat had crashed. >> snap. >> still managed to make contact with that ball. giants beelt the cardinals, 9-0 that day to clinch that pennant. >> i get energized just watching it. >> i do too. >> for more action, let's head back out to at&t park. christina loren, our meteorologist, she is out there taking care of business and checking out your forecast and the ball yard. what's happening, young lady? >> reporter: hey, jon and laura, one of the songs they alls play here at the yard is journey's when the lights go out in the city. this rng month, tmorning, the l gone out in the yard. we are doing our best to show you exactly what's happening out here at at&t park. as you can see, even inside, in the dark, people are inside hu
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Apr 3, 2013 6:00am PDT
with major league commissioner bud selig. bob redell joins us. the mayor is talking about some legal troubles. >> reporter: right. and perhaps bringing up a lawsuit. this is because city hall's efforts to bring the oakland a's to san jose has been in legal limbo for the past four years, in part because major league baseball's slow decision-making process and also in part because of the objections brought up on behalf of the san francisco giants. yesterday mayor chuck reed sent this letter to major league baseball commissioner bud selig to try to motivate the commissioner into action, to move this process forward. in the letter, mayor reed has requested a one-on-one meeting with selig, making the argument that direct contact could help to convince the commish that san jose is series about bringing the a's south and to help avoid future litigation. local businesses suing major league baseball over this fo four-year delay. reed points out in the letter in 2011 he wanted to put the new a's stadium on the ballot but held off at selig's request. it's been two years since and no progress. much of th
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Apr 2, 2013 11:00am PDT
in lafayette, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> okay, bob. thank you very much. this morning marking a somber day for a small christian college in oakland. flowers at the entrance of the university. a total of seven people were gunned down and killed april 2nd, 2012. police say it was a former student who carried out that shooting rampage. he's undergoing psychiatric treatment at the hospital. a memorial concert will be held at the st. paul's episcopal church. >>> one lawmaker taking aw "newsweek" approach to gun control. instead of focusing on the guns themselves, they are focusing on the bullets. arturo santiago joining us in milpitas. >> reporter: they are beginning to discuss in the legislature today, more to do with ammunition control rather than gun control. first is a bill from assembly woman from berkeley. it will require anyone selling or transferring ammunition in the state to be licensed and to get the id of a buyer. that id information would be put into a state registry. another bill is looking to create a statewide permit system to buy ammo. the third bill from state assemblyman
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Apr 5, 2013 11:00am PDT
bum rushed. in san francisco, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> keep moving, bob. don't want to see you get stampeded. marketing team very busy with home openers. today the first 40,000 fans in the door will get the 2013 calendar. buster posey bobblehead. tomorrow, the bobblehead showing posey posing with his national league mvp award. >>> a giants legend also holding a giveaway of his own. willie mccovey auctioning off hitting lessons. the auction takes place saturday night at fundraising for alamo elementary school. the winner of the auction can send mccovey a video of their swing, then meet with the hall of famer himself. mccovey will auction off another lesson this fall to benefit cancer patients. >> i bet your swing is already strong, softball and basketball star in high school. >> i want to go. a big question out there, not just the game but the weather. >> hope for nice skies. christina loren out there all morning long. you getting excited, energy pumping out there? >> i really am. jon and marla, we have a good day shaping up. this is one of those forecasts i did not want to
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Apr 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
in the bay's" bob redell is live at the california highway patrol now helping out with this investigation. bob, good morning. >> chp has joined the state's department of justice and the calaveras county police department to find out who murdered 8-year-old leila fowler. her 12-year-old brother tells authorities he uncone terred an intruder in their home around noon. after the man escaped, the brother found his younger sister stabbed to death. the sheriff's office has not yet named a suspect. they have recovered fingerprints and dna and interviewed people, including a neighbor that saw a man running away from the home at the time of the stabbing. the only description they have, this person was wearing a black shirt and blue pants. this is very rural, sometimes remote, which is one reason why law enforcement is asking people to lock their doors and be aware of their surroundings. >>> there are a lot of parents that have to commute and go to work and they are latch key kids. so they come home. they unlock the doors. so i'm really concerned about our neighborhood now. >> as a precaution, depu
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Apr 17, 2013 6:00am PDT
that substation. bob redell, "today in the bay," live at the scene right now. he spoke to one of those guards. we'll tell you why security is still there and what he told us, coming up at 6:30. >>> 6:09 right now. get a look at that forecast this morning with christina loren. it is going to be nice, huh? >> it is going to be really nice. good morning, laura and jon. good morning to you at home. 6:32, sunrise this morning. the camera certainly holding a lot more steady than 24 hours ago. winds are dropping off nicely. beautiful day shape iing up as result. san browno, same deal here. no fog to report. choppy on the bay. a better day for boating as we head through your thursday and friday and those winds really relax. they already have done so overnight and will continue to do so through the second half of the day. calm conditions tonight. 54 to start in livermore. more mild this morning. milder by about 16 degrees in livermore. 9 degrees more mild in oakland this morning. look at these numbers, 74 degrees. bay side, 70. 68 at the coast. seven-day forecast ready to go in my next report. stay tuned
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Apr 26, 2013 5:00am PDT
, there is concern, because of all the damage. bob redell is live with more and of the history of this city landmark. >> reporter: jon, we are here on first street near 280 in front of what used to be fabers cyclery. the damage caused by the fire has caused the building to lean to the right, specially noticeable on the ground floor. there has been concern of collapse. you can see the building seems to be, it is holding its own, because the structure has been dproemized, they don't feel it is safe to go inside. they might need to make entry to rescue a woman and child that live upstairs. they weren't at home or made it out safely on their own. the red cross is helping them with temporary housing. you can see in these picks provided by the san jose fire department, the flames consumed the upper floor, destroying a landmark here in the downtown area. this building was built in 1884 for 101 years. it was hope to faber's cyclery, and one reason it burned so easy, it is victorian. >> it has balloon construction which allows it to travel through the walls. the fire started on the first and it can travel th
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Apr 2, 2013 5:00am PDT
. they steal it. reporting live, bob redell, "today in the bay" >>> developing news from the korean peninsula. the north adding more threatening rhetoric to its campaign to start an all-out war on the south and the united states. north korea says it will restart one of its nuclear reactors. marla tallez joins us with the latest information. >> this is all part of north korea's daily barrage of threats against the u.s. and south korea. this morning, kim jong-un is promising to dust off the cobwebs of the reactor that was shut down in 2007. estimates va b estimates var y but it is estimated they have enough material to build eight atomic bombs. this new video showing the north target practice on pictures of u.s. soldiers and new animation shooting down u.s. planes. in response, the united states has stealth fighter jets and bombers overhead and a navy destroyer headed that way. experts say we better be ready. >> i don't think we can take anything for granted. the united states, south korea and our other partners in that region have to be very prepared in the event that something could happen he
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Apr 24, 2013 4:30am PDT
first thought. "today in the bay's" bob redell is live in palo alto where that suspect was last seen earlier this week. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jon. a woman who hitched a ride said he dropped her off on skyline boulevard. she called 911 because she became nervous and frightened after he brought up the topic of weapons and mentioned that he had a knife. she was able to i.d. him through a photo shown to her as the man who picked him up as dmitry storm, 43-year-old man who authorities want in connection of the robbery of at least ten cars from sonoma, marin, santa cruz since the start of april. san mateo county office is looking to see whether he stole another car not far from where he dropped off the hitchhiker. telling our sister station in monterey county that storm has a history of violence, considered armed and dangerous. his mother believes otherwise and is just pleading for her son to turn himself in. >> i don't think he would harm anybody unless they were harming him. i think he is just trying to get away from everything. he is just in escape mode. he is not loo
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Apr 25, 2013 4:30am PDT
. she only suffered minor injuries. her 4-year-old son was not hurt. coming up at 5:00, bob redell will have a live update including whether either driver will be facing charges. >>> a pair of day area daycare owners getting ready to make their first court appearance after they were charged with multiple state licensing violences. police arrested nazila and lida sharif and charged them with neglect, abuse and swaddling which is not allowed at daycare. they bound the children so tightly they were restricted. all of the babies were between 7 and 11 months old. three of them have upper respiratory problems. >>> coming up at 5:00, christie smith will have more details including how one woman has had a run-in with state regulators >>> the woman accused of trying to drug children with sleeping pills at a daycare center in the south bay is expected to be bat in court. 59-year-old debra grotts stands accused of putting the sleep medication, sominex, into the sippy cups of children in her care at the kiddie academy. the cups were taken away before any of the children could drink them and sh
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Apr 8, 2013 4:30am PDT
a traffic light around cause ag l causing a lot of confusion for drivers. bob redell is live in san mateo. we understand a tree fell on to a home early this morning there. >> reporter: causing significant damage. good morning, marla. i have been feeling the wind all morning long from my commute in the east bay and here we are in san mateo. you are looking at some of the debris here. that's nothing. the problem is what's happening in the back. it looks like it is just a tree itself. that is actually a part of a redwood tree that belongs to the neighbor. that's not a tree. that's just a branch, a very large branch that fell on top of this home overnight, puncturing numerous holes into the roof of the home. this home belongs to the pedalskis. we were speaking with the husband earlier this morning. he was telling us, he and his wife were asleep. they didn't realize o there was a wind storm out here until sometime. he doesn't remember what time. something woke him up. >> a big thud. that was it. i think i screamed. my wife screamed. it was just horrifying. we had no idea what happened. maybe o
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Apr 11, 2013 4:30am PDT
of businesses doing the same today. from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the american legion post in san jose. bob redell is headed there. he will give us a preview coming up >>> san jose mayor, chuck reed, is getting the brushoff for baseball commissioner, bud selig. he asked for a personal meeting to say what is holding up the move of the a's to san jose. selig responded a few days later telling him to talk to the commission if he wants any kind of answers. reed tells that he is going to follow up on the commissioner's suggestion looking forward for a response. >> maybe he will say, hey, i was going to pay. >> something like that. >> great temperatures we saw yesterday just as you told us. it was going to be a warm one, christina. beautiful. >>> it was a really nice day. today, we are going to lose 10-15 degrees of the warmth. make sure you get on out there later on today. that's when you want to head on outdoors. the temperatures will be mild. i want to start with a live picture. you see the san mateo bridge starting to get the low cloud cover. in oakland, 56. good morning to you, concord. 54 d
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Apr 19, 2013 5:00am PDT
. >> this is a fluid, active situation in watertown, eight miles from boston. "today in the bay's" bob redell is live in the newsroom. he is monitoring the updates coming in all morning long. what's the very latest? >>> good morning. if you are waking up just now and you weren't paying attention to what happened overnight, this did develop overnight. it happened ruffle six hours after the fbi released the surveillance images of these two suspects. the one with the black cap is tamerlan tsarnaev. he was the one killed by police in a shootout in the town of watertown. this is a suburb of boston. he also died not only of gunshot wounds but apparently of blast wounds. he was wearing some sort of explosive device around his trunk. we heard from the hospital in that area. it was not only gunshot wounds that killed him but he had thermal burns and shrapnel indicating that the bomb went off. the other person the police are looking for, the one that is wearing the white cap, his younger brother, a 19-year-old man named dzhokhar tsarnaev. we heard from our reporter, terry mcsweeney who is saying the police pre
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